Hey guys. Have you ever sat down to do an article or make a post and just go completely blank? That is something that happens to all of us. I don’t fully understand why this happens. Do you? You can be lying in bed and your mind is racing like crazy coming up with a whole bunch of good ideas. Just as soon as you grab your note pad to jot it down or run to the computer to write about it all of a sudden it’s gone. Your sitting there looking at a blank screen and can’t figure out what happened to all those great ideas. Where did they go? I mean man, what is going on?
This has got to be some type of crazy cosmic joke of some sort, don’t you think? When everything is making perfectly good sense to you and you know exactly what you want to write about. Then just as soon as the pen falls the idea disappears. Makes you want you pull your hair out. It’s kind of like when you need something from the living room so you get up to go get it and as soon as you walk into the room, it’s gone. Your left standing there going, “what did I come in here for?”. Don’t you just hate when that happens?
Well I can give you a couple little tricks that work for me. This simple little trick that I have will help you to be able to write a post and one is to just start writing. Don’t put it off. Don’t go watch TV or any thing like that. Just start with a few words. Just jot a few things down and then work from there. That is what helps me to come up with an idea to write about. Here is another tip. Just write about what you did today. Write down a few things and you will start to begin to elaborate from there. It may not be the best article of blog post that you have ever written but at least it is something. It’s better than not writing anything and losing your subscribers interest. If you have any other little tips or tricks then I would love to hear about them. Write them in the comments section below and lets help others that are having trouble as well. Thanks and I hope you have enjoyed my article. Don’t forget to share it with your friends.
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